Explain the purpose and objective of accounting, Accounting Basics

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You have been asked by the CEO of your company to give a presentation to the students at a local college. You were specifically asked to discuss the role of an accountant. In a presentation of 2-3 pages, discuss the following:

  • Explain the purpose and objective of accounting.
  • What is the purpose of corporate governance, and why is it important to the company?
  • Why is an accountant's integrity important?
  • How has technology impacted the accounting profession?

Your presentation should be2-3 pages in length, not including the title or references. All references must be cited.

 

 

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